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Creating a tool to test the effects of visual feedback on rhythm learning in a school environment.

Kho, C.K.M. (2017) Creating a tool to test the effects of visual feedback on rhythm learning in a school environment.

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Abstract:A study was done together with our client at ARTez conservatory in Enschede to see whether a system could be created that could test the effects of visual feedback on rhythm learning and to see whether visual feedback can improve a person’s rhythm. A user study was done on 20 participants with three different BPMs. Trends within the results show that testers performed worse with visual feedback at the 120 BPM and 200 BPM categories. On the other hand, an improvement can be seen at 80 BPM when feedback is used. However, at a confidence interval of 90% (p ≤ 0.10), only the result of 120 BPM is statistically significant (p=0.072) while the categories 80 and 200 BPM failed the test (p=0.153 & p=0.519 respectively). Though results may be inconclusive, being able to collect data that could be analysed shows that the system can indeed be used to test visual feedback.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Clients:
ARTez, Enschede, The Netherlands
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:02 science and culture in general
Programme:Creative Technology BSc (50447)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/73019
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